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Posted - 2012-12-05 : 11:18:35
I want to see what SQL statements are generated by an Access query run on a workstation. I've tried filtering on Database name, NT Domain Name and login name.

Regardless of what I filter on, I see activity that is not related to that filter. Also, I have not been successful in seeing the SQL statements from the Access query.

Master Smack Fu Yak Hacker

3385 Posts

Posted - 2012-12-05 : 11:45:44
Have you tried host name?
You need to get some statements that are executed so that you can see what is required.
STart of by excluding things you know you don't want until you can see something.

Cursors are useful if you don't know sql.
SSIS can be used in a similar way.
Beer is not cold and it isn't fizzy.
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Starting Member

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Posted - 2012-12-05 : 12:04:48
I have tried host name. That is good for excluding what I don't want to see. But it doesn't show anything when I run the query in Access.
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